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Don’t hate Miami because it’s beautiful

Don’t hate Miami because it’s beautiful

There’s South Beach and its continuous parade of socialites and stars, models and millionaires, who make Ocean Drive pulse with activity 24/7.

Ina Wroldsen is preparing songs for her debut album

Ina Wroldsen is preparing songs for her debut album

Pick a hair colour and it may well have been sported by Norwegian singer / songwriter Ina Wroldsen. Black, auburn, black with a blonde streak, these are just some of the colours which have given the naturally blonde Ina a seemingly ever-changing look.

Adoor Association Qatar Chapter organises free medical camp

Adoor Association Qatar Chapter organises free medical camp

Adoor Association Qatar Chapter, a socio-cultural organisation of expatriates coming from Adoor Taluk of the southern Indian state of Kerala, conducted a free medical camp in cooperation with Aster Hospital and Wellcare Pharmaceuticals on January 26.

Poland plucks its communist neon signs from the scrapheap

Poland plucks its communist neon signs from the scrapheap

It all began with a sign that simply read “Berlin.” Ilona Karwinska found the communist-era neon advertising board in a Warsaw shop that used to sell Western clothing.

Is Amitabh taking social networking too seriously?

Is Amitabh taking social networking too seriously?

The social networking site Twitter has been trying to clean up the phenomenon of fake followers that assail it and one of the unexpected consequences of their measures has been in the mental state of Amitabh Bachchan.

Encore series of azaleas reach 31 with Autumn Bonfire and Autumn Fire

Encore series of azaleas reach 31 with Autumn Bonfire and Autumn Fire

The Encore series, the best azaleas to ever hit the market now has 31 varieties.

Africa’s Ebola survivors suffer financial, health woes

Africa’s Ebola survivors suffer financial, health woes

Bev Kauffeldt’s voice quavered as she described the plight of a young well technician employed in Liberia by the international humanitarian aid organisation Samaritan’s Purse.

Eat grapes to ward off depression

Eat grapes to ward off depression

Including grapes in your diet may have positive impact on your mental health as researchers have found that certain grape-derived compounds might be developed as therapeutic agents for the treatment of depression.

Paraguay’s mangoes go from street rubbish to delicacy

Paraguay’s mangoes go from street rubbish to delicacy

From September to December, Paraguay’s capital, Asuncion, is a riot of colour, with yellow or reddish mangoes hanging from trees and lapacho trees displaying purple or white flowers.

Seeking lawful earnings

Seeking lawful earnings

O People, fear Allah as regards to yourselves and to your families. Fear him concerning your deeds and to your wealth. Fear him with regards to what you eat and to what you save.

Why it doesn’t pay to sleep over sleeplessness

Why it doesn’t pay to sleep over sleeplessness

A new study finds that, in older people who show no signs of cognitive impairment, those with a sleep-wake cycle that is subtly off-kilter are more likely to have amyloid protein deposits in their brains, writes Melissa Healy

Why men need to visit the doctor more often

Why men need to visit the doctor more often

Do you agree that men are generally reluctant to visit doctors for regular check-ups?

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